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Vatos Urban Tacos (South Beach) Venue hot100

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One of Korea’s hottest restaurants, Vatos Urban Tacos, has come to Singapore. Influenced by Mexican street tacos in Los Angeles and home-cooked Korean meals, the menu consists of creations like the Kimchi Carnitas Fries, Galbi Tacos, and Spicy Chicken Quesadillas. Vatos Urban Tacos has since garnered praise for providing exciting new tastes using only the freshest ingredients. CNN named Vatos the “Hottest New Restaurant in Seoul,” and The Daily Meal chose Vatos as one of the “10 Best American Restaurants Outside of the States”. Vatos Singapore is located in the beautiful former National Armoury Building in South Beach and can seat up to 80 people indoors and another 30 people outdoors.
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36 Beach Road
Singapore 189766

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12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 11:00pm

05:30pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

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The fish tacos are my favourite tacos here; the rest are really good too but this is consistently my go-to; just look at that huge crispy juicy fish. 🐟

One of my favorite fish tacos in SG and for a reasonable price of $14 for 3 tacos. Pico de gallo and apple coleslaw added a refreshing touch to accompany the slightly spicy chipotle mayo but the star of the show was the fish.

The batter remained super crispy even after sitting at the table for awhile under the slaw and dressing and the fish was tender. Both the batter and fish were also nicely seasoned and not like some places where they only season one element.

$14 for 3 tacos was pretty worth as the came piled with generous chunks and slices of pork belly. The gochujang marinade gave it a familiar korean bbq taste and the meat was smoky but still tender. The pickled onions garnish helped to cut through the richness of the meat and gave it a slight acidic punch.